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Open Access Publications from the University of California

UCLA Grand Challenges is a campus-wide initiative that was started by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research in 2012.  Through this initiative, UCLA has identified two Grand Challenges to date:  the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge (2013) and the Depression Grand Challenge (2015).  UCLA is the first campus to have identified a campus-wide Grand Challenge and one that commits to solving a particular societal issue.  Since launching its first Grand Challenge, a number of other universities have looked to UCLA as a model and have created their own programs.  This page was created to publicly share documents of interest related to university-led Grand Challenges (potentially also applicable to entities from other sectors).  To join the related Community of Practice google group, please request membership through this link:!forum/universitygcs.

There are currently no publications in this series "Depression Grand Challenge Materials".